Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Whatever your passion, immerse yourself in every detail in the the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at UEA. You will enjoy an environment in which high quality, creative research and study flourishes across a broad spectrum of themes.
HUM PGR Programme 2019
- Tuesday 1 October: registration and orientation (see details below)
- Wednesday 2 October (12:30 to 15:00): HUM Faculty Induction part 1 in ARTS 01.06 (includes lunch)
- Wednesday 2 October (17:00 to 19:00): Welcome event with refreshments, hosted by the Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research and Innovation) at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (SCVA)
- Thursday 3 October (9:30 to 12:45): HUM Faculty Induction part 2 in ARTS 01.06 (includes lunch)
Induction sessions for each School within the HUM Faculty (AMA, HIS, LDC and PPL) will take place within the first two weeks of October and details will be sent to students registered within those Schools when details become available.
Phone: +44 (0) 1603 591709
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Tuesday 1st October 2019
EU (European Union), EEA (European Economic Area) and Overseas students arriving during week commencing 23 September are encouraged to visit the Student Visa Compliance Team in the Admissions Office in Lawrence Stenhouse Building (LSB) 1.120 to have Visas and Passports checked.
If you have not had your documents checked before 1 October you must visit the Student Visa Compliance Team in the Lawrence Stenhouse Building (LSB) 1.120 between 11:30 and 13:30 for your visa and passport checks to be done prior to completing registration in the Thomas Paine Study Centre Foyer.
Home students: go directly to Thomas Paine Study Centre Foyer at 13:30
|Morning||opportunity to meet your supervisors (meetings to be arranged in advance) or familiarise yourself with the campus if supervisors unavailable|
|13:30 to 14:20||
Thomas Paine Study Centre Foyer
Completion of registration and verification of academic documents, collection of Welcome Packs and Campus Cards and opportunity to meet representatives from a range of information and support services.
Colleagues from IT Support Services will also be available to help set up your mobile devices if needed
|14:40 to 16:00||
Thomas Paine Study Centre Lecture Theatre
Interactive panel sessions on academic related matters, support services and social and engagement opportunities. A great opportunity to ask any questions you may have, including a session aimed specifically at international students.
|From 16:00||Optional tour of campus.|